"Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder"

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    "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder"

    Bruised Vulva more like. That and hypochondria
     
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    True. Jed's worried about his next contract, so he'll only play when he says he's ready. He learned from Bellsbury that a player only plays when he says he's ready. Be it weeks or months, these guys learn the ropes from seminars given by the MLBPA counsel.
     
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        That's it he'll shut it down for the season.
     
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    Lowrie gets paid the same to sit or stand.
     
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    Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder"

    Lowrie doesn't get paid much.  Players want to play, almost without exception.  But, when they play injured, they hurt the team and themselves.  Pedroia is no exception to that rule.  Cameron played with a sports hernia last year and did the team no good at all.  It now appears that, had Cameron undergone surgery last spring, he still would have done the team no good at all when he returned. 
     
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    Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder"

    Ellsbury has pretty much silenced his critics about last year by being on place to play 162. Also, the Sox need to move on from this medical staff. It goes back to Schilling, Ellsbury, Daisuke, and now Lowrie. They can't be this wrong and still get a pay check.
     
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    Lowrie doesn't get paid much

    500 grand is much. Most MLBPA members don't care whether they play or not, accept if it affects the next big contract. Lowrie has been a guy who has never lasted more than half a season, without going on the long DL stint. He's still 3 years removed from the day he covets. He'll get an arbitration raise regardless of whether or not he plays another game. He knows that. Anyone listen to Lowrie's comments would have shipped him off, last winter.

    The Red Sox medical staff is fine. Ellsbury and Lowrie are rabid MLBPA FA seekers who should be sold high. Whoever pays long on them will regret it.

    Lowrie has a bruised nerve in his head that keeps his brain muscle from working. Scutaro, 2nd baseman that he is, will show up for work ready to play with injuries. The team medical staff has handled him fine, for a guy in his mid 30's.

    Lowrie acts like a 60 year old man warming up for an old timers' game, complaing about neck, shoulder, wrist and back pain.



     
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    True, Marco Scutaro mans up and plays through injuries. Red Sox fans underrate his contributions. He's verastile, tough, and does everything solidly, from hitting to fielding to baserunning. Guys like that ought to be appreciated, despite their lack of flash. You never hear him complain either. He does whatever the team asks of him. He's a consumate professional all the way.
     
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    Jed kept an injury secret earlier in his career and went something like 1 for 20 trying to play through pain.

    I guess that's what some clowns here want.
     
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    Shame of it is that the one place he ought to find people willing to support him, there are those who would rather see him fail than overcome his problems.

    With friends like that ....
     
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    In Response to Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder":
    [QUOTE]Lowrie doesn't get paid much 500 grand is much. Most MLBPA members don't care whether they play or not, accept if it affects the next big contract. Lowrie has been a guy who has never lasted more than half a season, without going on the long DL stint. He's still 3 years removed from the day he covets. He'll get an arbitration raise regardless of whether or not he plays another game. He knows that. Anyone listen to Lowrie's comments would have shipped him off, last winter. The Red Sox medical staff is fine. Ellsbury and Lowrie are rabid MLBPA FA seekers who should be sold high. Whoever pays long on them will regret it. Lowrie has a bruised nerve in his head that keeps his brain muscle from working. Scutaro, 2nd baseman that he is, will show up for work ready to play with injuries. The team medical staff has handled him fine, for a guy in his mid 30's. Lowrie acts like a 60 year old man warming up for an old timers' game, complaing about neck, shoulder, wrist and back pain.
    Posted by betterredthandead[/QUOTE]
    Where they not clearly wrong on Diasuke and Schilling? One had TJ and the other retired after being told by the medical staff to rest and rehab. They were wrong. I don't understand how missing a whole season boost your chances of getting a big paycheck.
     
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    Softlaw should not be taken seriously.
     
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    ..collecting votes to join morneau on the all DL team.
     
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    In Response to Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder":
    [QUOTE]Shame of it is that the one place he ought to find people willing to support him, there are those who would rather see him fail than overcome his problems. With friends like that ....
    Posted by SinceYaz[/QUOTE]

    SinceYaz:  softlaw's foaming at the keyboard notwithstanding, Lowrie's injury and health history is frustrating.  IMHO, he's a "serviceable" super-utility kinda' guy, but on his best day isn't a front line starter - not enough skill in the field nor at the plate to be anything more.  On this team/organization his lack of being healthy enough to play (and yes, I realize it isn't his fault) hurts us deeply as Marco isn't exactly Lou Gerhig and Iggie isn't quite ready for the bigs.  BUT, Iggie does flash a mean glove so we may be better off bringing him up, taking advantage of what he does bring to the table, and parting ways with Lawrie.
     
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    Most MLBPA members don't care whether they play or not

    Posted by betterredthandead[/QUOTE]

    Really?  I wasn't aware that you knew "most MLBPA members", and certainly not well enough to ask them if they cared whether or not they played. 

    Wow, you must be ONE IMPORTANT GUY!
     
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    Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder"

     I have been a big supporter of Lowrie in the past, and still like the guy playing for the Sox, but really what's the point. When he was Hitting and not injured Tito Still found ways to keep him out of the lineup. When healthy, which never seems that long, He was a very useful player, but going forward it just don't look very promising if bumping into a guy makes that much of an impact on you.
     
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    In Response to Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder":
    [QUOTE]Jed kept an injury secret earlier in his career and went something like 1 for 20 trying to play through pain. I guess that's what some clowns here want.
    Posted by moonslav59[/QUOTE]
    i disagree. i think people want him to have a body thats not made of glass.and to learn how to catch a d throw a baseball at SS
     
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    Re: "Lowrie has bruised nerve in left shoulder"

    We could easily see this next year:

    SS
    1) Iglesias
    2) Lowrie/Navarro

    Utility IF
    1) Lowrie
    2) Navarro

    Utility (5th) OF
    1) Navarro

    Usually your utility IF'er is a very good fielder (Nick Greens aside), but we could pinch hit Lowrie or someone else for Iglesias then bring in Navarro if defense is needed over Jed at SS.
     
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